The Paddock

Address: Bergstraat 38, Kluisbergen-Ruien, West Flanders, 9690, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bergstraat 38, Kluisbergen-Ruien.
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Travel Blogs from Kluisbergen-Ruien

Hot Chocolate in Gent

A travel blog entry by chuckcurry on Sep 14, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

Day 25Today we are training to Gent, one of the oldest cities in Belgium. In the Middle Ages it was an important trading centre. It has many beautiful old buildings with the characteristic Flemish (also Dutch) gables. They all seem distinct from each other. In Gent there are many public squares for people only - no car traffic at all. And today, being Sunday, in one there was a band concert, in another a rock concert, many cafés - all ver colourful and lively. Another day.
We ...

Security incident. Evacuate evacuate!

A travel blog entry by saskilton on May 22, 2014

10 photos

... us later that whilst we were downstairs talking to him, they had snuck out without paying! Worse still, stolen or incorrect credit card details were given at the booking so he could even charge the card! We took our map and headed off to do some exploring. John Pierre had kindly circled the main squares to see and we picked out the other tourist sights we wanted to see. Pretty soon we were falling in love with ...

Bruges, Brussels and lots of beer in Belgium

A travel blog entry by shaneandlaura on Nov 10, 2013

35 photos

... Blacks. Sunday - there was a market in Jourdan square right outside the hotel so we grabbed some breakfast. We were reasonably lucky with the weather, it rained often when we were walking to a place but when we got to where we wanted to go it stopped. It was cold (5degrees) but not as cold as Bruges. Again we wandered around the city visiting the 3 main parks and ending in the square. The Arcades de Cinquaneniare was grand, and the Belgium flag ...

Brugge to Brussels

A travel blog entry by theallinsons on Jul 11, 2013

1 comment, 16 photos

... were very narrow and you had to wait for others to pass on the way down. Sean, Julia and Hayden did most of the climb two by two. Great views from the top and there was a window ledge stone etched with directions to popular cities. This tower was added to the market square around 1240.
Then we were off to look for a cab. But not so easy so we ended up in the city bus to the train station where we boarded another train to Brussels. ...

Crossing borders - England to Belgium

A travel blog entry by travellingmart on Jul 02, 2013

10 photos

Ashford really wasn't that interesting and I had a ferry to catch, so thought I have an early breakfast and hit the road. Cornerstone B&B provided me with a voucher for breakfast in the cafe next door ... "Cereal?" Ok, the choice was bran or cornflakes !!! So, one bowl of bran flakes and two slices of toast with jam later I went back to my B&B for my bike, which took some effort as the owner was somewhat elusive.

Anyway, made my ...